Drug delivery systems in urology—getting “smarter”
Dimitrakov, Jordan D.
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CitationFarokhzad, Omid C., Jordan D. Dimitrakov, Jeffrey M. Karp, Ali Khademhosseini, Michael R. Freeman, and Robert Langer. 2006. Drug Delivery Systems in Urology—getting "smarter." Urology 68 (3) (September): 463–469. doi:10.1016/j.urology.2006.03.069.
AbstractUrology holds the most enviable position in the medical firmament. Unique among specialties in bringing the surgeon in contact with humans throughout the spectrum of human life—from newborn to geriatric patients—urologists need to be adept at both medical and surgical therapies alike. In this context, drug delivery in urology has had a long, and sometimes far from illustrious, history. Traditionally, many genitourinary conditions have been treated with medications administered orally, which requires larger doses, with the concomitant side effects.
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